Because when you put a sign up next to a freeway, people will read it until somebody takes it down.
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wow - just love these!!!thanks for sharing - i love your blog!
Freewayblogger, Love what you are doing. Some time back you posted calling cards that read "proud to die for your shitty gas mileage". I wanted more but didn't save ~ like a jerk ~ anyway, can you tell me where in your archives I can find that post or post again. I really loved putting them on the Hummers! Thanks again, you are a true patriot.
RE: Car-blogging: I saw a BROWN ribbon on the back of van here in Seattle's University District and thought "Now what?" As I got closer to investigate I noticed that the end of the ribbon had a buckle on it (WTF?). Then I realized that it wasn't a ribbon but a belt! And the message? "Support our pants."Freewayblogger:Saw some of your work still up in Seattle night before last. On my way home from the movies just north of Northgate on Interstate 5. I was actually looking for places to post a sign and out of the corner of my eye I saw "The War is a Lie" tucked away in the far corner of an overpass. Sweet!Keep up the great work.SSA
Wow... that's at least 15 days on I-5... amazing. You guys have some great posting spots in that town.
A great 'peace' ribbon magnet here for a good price. Volume discounts too. Check it out!http://www.supportpeace.org/
thanks again for the link. I have been spreading your notes of gas = war far and wide across the state of NJ, giggling like a school girl as I go.
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